Attorney Tom Enright has founded Enright Law to help employees and consumers enforce their rights. With over a decade of experience at one of Rhode Island’s premier law firms defending some of the largest businesses in the world, Tom has unique insights into how to maximize his individual clients’ recoveries in their disputes with employers and businesses. Tom’s background also ensures that Enright Law’s clients will have an unflinching and assured advocate in their corner.
Tom understands that many individuals, especially those anticipating a legal battle with a large company, believe that enforcing their employment or consumer rights is a burdensome and expensive process with limited likelihood of success. But Tom founded Enright Law on one fundamental principle: providing affordable and sophisticated legal representation to those most susceptible to abusive tactics by employers, creditors, telemarketers, debt collectors, and other companies. With Enright Law, victims of employee and consumer rights violations can now easily and affordably have those violations remedied.
Your livelihood is a serious matter, and you deserve a workplace free from discrimination and harassment. You also deserve to be paid what you are owed, when you are owed it. Enright Law provides aggressive, experienced representation of employees who have been treated unfairly by their employer. In a well-run company, an employer and its employees work together in a way that benefits everyone. But the employer/employee relationship is fraught with danger and employees can easily be abused by bosses who have an axe to grind or are high on the power of their position. There is no doubt that employees are at a real disadvantage.
Consumers and customers are the lifeblood of the economy. Without consumers, America’s largest businesses would go broke. You’ve used your hard-earned money to buy a car, a house, an insurance policy, an education, or countless other products or services. You deserve to be told the truth and you deserve to get exactly what you paid for. However, being a consumer today is filled with obstacles and pitfalls. If you’ve ever signed a contract handed to you by a business or attended a loan closing, you know: they have all the bargaining power. They have a team of lawyers that have drafted a mountain of paperwork and those documents have one purpose and one purpose only: to protect them.
For years, I represented some of the largest businesses in the world in cases brought by consumers who had been taken advantage of. Now, I use that experience to enforce the rights of people who think they are powerless against these companies. My background as a big firm lawyer for large businesses means that I cannot be intimidated. And I will not allow my clients to be pushed around.